2013 THE AMAZING RACE TV SERIE

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The Amazing Race TV show is another in a long line of reality TV shows that dominate network television programming. The premise is common. You drop a bunch of people in unfamiliar surroundings with an elimination challenge each week leading to the awarding of a large cash prize at the end. Then you sit back and watch to see how ruthless and back stabbing they can become in route to riches and most probably eternal damnation; and, of course, each week, mayhem ensues. The idea that you can place people in totally ludicrous situations with completely disproportionate rewards at the end and call it a reality show is about as silly as television can get. So then, how come so many of these shows like the Amazing Race TV show make it to air? Not only do they make it to air, but they dominate the ratings. One of the reasons is the cost of production. The costly item is the prize at the end or perhaps the hosts wages. The filming is very low quality with paparazzi feel requiring no artistry. The writing is almost nonexistent, but, truth be told, there is a lot more scripting and scene setting than the makers of the show want to admit or the viewing public realizes.

Shows like the Amazing Race TV show do bring out some of the best characters and worst character traits in the range of human behavior we can see. Is it a real question we need answered weekly as to how devious and underhanded can an individual act? Apparently, the world wants to know because the only problem producers face is finding a new location that will allow the participants to do the same thing they do every season: back stab and betray their way to the top. Each week it is like slowing down to watch an emotional auto accident.

You know you shouldnt be this interested in other human beings suffering, but you just cant help it. At least we have the solace of knowing all of the sufferers signed release forms and want us to watch their depravity. The Amazing Race TV show doe allow people to display urban survival skills that could come in handy if life ever becomes a mad, mad, mad, mad world. The other thing that shows like the Amazing Race TV show is how much TV is lacking in terms of solid dramatic and comedic content. There is a definite shortage of great new ideas and a reluctance of producers to take chances on new ideas. With so much money at risk, producers want a formula that is already working. This leads to repetition and stagnation. You are much more likely to get the same formula repeated over and over with only the setting changing rather than having to develop new ideas and then have the courage to produce them. The Amazing Race TV show does give us some good entertainment value, but not much hope for the future of mankind.

The Amazing Race TV show is another in a long line of reality TV shows that dominate network television programming. The premise is common. You drop a bunch of people in unfamiliar surroundings with an elimination challenge each week leading to the awarding of a large cash prize at the end. Then you sit back and watch to see how ruthless and back stabbing they can become in route to riches and most probably eternal damnation; and, of course, each week, mayhem ensues. The idea that you can place people in totally ludicrous situations with completely disproportionate rewards at the end and call it a reality show is about as silly as television can get. So then, how come so many of these shows like the Amazing Race TV show make it to air? Not only do they make it to air, but they dominate the ratings. One of the reasons is the cost of production. The costly item is the prize at the end or perhaps the hosts wages. The filming is very low quality with paparazzi feel requiring no artistry. The writing is almost nonexistent, but, truth be told, there is a lot more scripting and scene setting than the makers of the show want to admit or the viewing public realizes.

Shows like the Amazing Race TV show do bring out some of the best characters and worst character traits in the range of human behavior we can see. Is it a real question we need answered weekly as to how devious and underhanded can an individual act? Apparently, the world wants to know because the only problem producers face is finding a new location that will allow the participants to do the same thing they do every season: back stab and betray their way to the top. Each week it is like slowing down to watch an emotional auto accident.

You know you shouldnt be this interested in other human beings suffering, but you just cant help it. At least we have the solace of knowing all of the sufferers signed release forms and want us to watch their depravity. The Amazing Race TV show doe allow people to display urban survival skills that could come in handy if life ever becomes a mad, mad, mad, mad world. The other thing that shows like the Amazing Race TV show is how much TV is lacking in terms of solid dramatic and comedic content. There is a definite shortage of great new ideas and a reluctance of producers to take chances on new ideas. With so much money at risk, producers want a formula that is already working. This leads to repetition and stagnation. You are much more likely to get the same formula repeated over and over with only the setting changing rather than having to develop new ideas and then have the courage to produce them. The Amazing Race TV show does give us some good entertainment value, but not much hope for the future of mankind.
The gay and lesbian community has come a very long way in terms of gaining proper, equal and significant representation in the entertainment industry, and one of this year’s shining example is the hit reality series, The Amazing Race.

Among the previous participants in the reality competition was the openly gay tandem of New York natives Tom and Terry, and the show’s foremost lesbian competitor, Lauren Marococcio. Tom, a College Admissions Director and graduate of Columbia University, and Terry, a Special Events Director, first met at a singles event and decided to join the tenth season of the Amazing Race in the hopes of not only winning one million dollars, but also finishing the game as a stronger and tougher couple. Lauren, a Speech and Language Pathologist from Rhode Island, joined the competition with her father, Duke, after the truth about her sexuality surfaced and created a tear in their once very tight bond. Both father and daughter went into the game hoping that they could rebuild their relationship.

Indeed, The Amazing Race (among many other shows) has proven to be an integral factor in helping address homosexual issues, most especially with regard to human relationships. Having provided a venue for people like Tom, Terry and Lauren to shine despite what some of the public may have to say about their lifestyle is certainly commendable, and the Media Award nomination they received from the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) for is certainly well-deserved.

GLAAD is an organization that was created in 1985 in New York. In its official website, their mission is clearly stated as their dedication to “promoting and ensuring fair, accurate and inclusive representation of people and events in the media as a means of eliminating homophobia and discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.” The organization decided to nominate The Amazing Race for having successfully and willingly actualized their mission statement.

The Amazing Race TV show is another in a long line of reality TV shows that dominate network television programming. The premise is common. You drop a bunch of people in unfamiliar surroundings with an elimination challenge each week leading to the awarding of a large cash prize at the end. Then you sit back and watch to see how ruthless and back stabbing they can become in route to riches and most probably eternal damnation; and, of course, each week, mayhem ensues. The idea that you can place people in totally ludicrous situations with completely disproportionate rewards at the end and call it a reality show is about as silly as television can get. So then, how come so many of these shows like the Amazing Race TV show make it to air? Not only do they make it to air, but they dominate the ratings. One of the reasons is the cost of production. The costly item is the prize at the end or perhaps the hosts wages. The filming is very low quality with paparazzi feel requiring no artistry. The writing is almost nonexistent, but, truth be told, there is a lot more scripting and scene setting than the makers of the show want to admit or the viewing public realizes.

Shows like the Amazing Race TV show do bring out some of the best characters and worst character traits in the range of human behavior we can see. Is it a real question we need answered weekly as to how devious and underhanded can an individual act? Apparently, the world wants to know because the only problem producers face is finding a new location that will allow the participants to do the same thing they do every season: back stab and betray their way to the top. Each week it is like slowing down to watch an emotional auto accident.

You know you shouldnt be this interested in other human beings suffering, but you just cant help it. At least we have the solace of knowing all of the sufferers signed release forms and want us to watch their depravity. The Amazing Race TV show doe allow people to display urban survival skills that could come in handy if life ever becomes a mad, mad, mad, mad world. The other thing that shows like the Amazing Race TV show is how much TV is lacking in terms of solid dramatic and comedic content. There is a definite shortage of great new ideas and a reluctance of producers to take chances on new ideas. With so much money at risk, producers want a formula that is already working. This leads to repetition and stagnation. You are much more likely to get the same formula repeated over and over with only the setting changing rather than having to develop new ideas and then have the courage to produce them. The Amazing Race TV show does give us some good entertainment value, but not much hope for the future of mankind.
The gay and lesbian community has come a very long way in terms of gaining proper, equal and significant representation in the entertainment industry, and one of this year’s shining example is the hit reality series, The Amazing Race.

Among the previous participants in the reality competition was the openly gay tandem of New York natives Tom and Terry, and the show’s foremost lesbian competitor, Lauren Marococcio. Tom, a College Admissions Director and graduate of Columbia University, and Terry, a Special Events Director, first met at a singles event and decided to join the tenth season of the Amazing Race in the hopes of not only winning one million dollars, but also finishing the game as a stronger and tougher couple. Lauren, a Speech and Language Pathologist from Rhode Island, joined the competition with her father, Duke, after the truth about her sexuality surfaced and created a tear in their once very tight bond. Both father and daughter went into the game hoping that they could rebuild their relationship.

Indeed, The Amazing Race (among many other shows) has proven to be an integral factor in helping address homosexual issues, most especially with regard to human relationships. Having provided a venue for people like Tom, Terry and Lauren to shine despite what some of the public may have to say about their lifestyle is certainly commendable, and the Media Award nomination they received from the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) for is certainly well-deserved.

GLAAD is an organization that was created in 1985 in New York. In its official website, their mission is clearly stated as their dedication to “promoting and ensuring fair, accurate and inclusive representation of people and events in the media as a means of eliminating homophobia and discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.” The organization decided to nominate The Amazing Race for having successfully and willingly actualized their mission statement.

The Amazing Race Season 17 Episode 2 “A Kiss Saves the Day”

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Greatly it’s so amazing! Yes, our favorite TV reality show series The Amazing Race Season 17 Episode 2  is heading back again with the new race of life entitled with “A Kiss Saves the Day”. This is a Gaming American broadcast winning reality show for several times of an Emmy Award. It is usually in one-hour episodes in which teams have  two or four race around the world in competition with other teams. The CBS program aired in 2001 and recently the tenth season. It is made by EarthView Inc., Bertram van Munster and Elise Doganieri production company, and Bruckheimer Television for CBS Television and testing (technically it’s a Disney show). The show was organized a New Zealander PHIL Keoghan. It was created by Bertram van Munster and Elise Doganieri. He was the Prime Time Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality / Competition Program award every year since the category was created in 2003.

Read my preview  information about the game and the summary report on this episode of Amazing Race Season 17 Episode 2 “A Kiss Saves the Day” here and there!

This is a short summary:  We started in Los Angeles, California and went to Salvador, Brazil by plane. Here we see the knowledge of the language is useful, as the team to speak Portuguese well.

Synopsis: Season 17 Episode 2 Amazing Race “A Kiss Saves the Day” (Ghana) – A team is planning their precious Express Pass entertaining local Ghanaian use to give teams headaches, as they struggle to complete the barriers to high-stakes,

Work to do: The team had to choose between Hardy Way Up and Soft Way Down. Hardy in Way Up, they had to climb the stairs outside the cathedral on hands and knees, as well as do reach a spiritual commitment. Once established, they are asked a question. If they answer wrong, they leave behind, walk and climb again. In Soft Way Down, teams Elevador Lacerda their way up and down a cargo net on the road 240 feet below. Only three teams will be on the net at a time. Pit Stop at Forte Sao Marcelo, is grab a wall once the city to defend against pirates. The first team on a trip to Belize Travelocity will come.

Again just remember the Amazing Race Season 17 Episode 2 live stream Clock channel CBS. Do not forget, The Amazing Race Clock “A Kiss Saves the Day” S17E02, this episode is completely up to your television watching pleasure.

 


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